If you’ve been producing music for a while and are at the stage where your beats are good enough for people to use, you’ll probably want to think about selling your beats online. Getting your beats up for sale isn’t that difficult, and can be done within a day or so. Two days max, so […]
Sell Your Music And Distribution
Once you've made your songs, you'll need to distribute it so people can buy a copy. The following guides all help you either get your music out there and into shops, or look at how to sell your music.
This guide was adapted with permission from one of Ari Herstand’s articles on Ari’s Take. You should also check out his guide on how he sold out the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis. There’s no use putting on a show if there isn’t anybody there to watch you play. A simple status update on Facebook or […]
One of the mistakes I see musicians make time and time again, is not building up any anticipation for their releases. It seems common practice for independent musicians to simply announce they’re putting out a new album or mixtape, then releasing it a week later. This is a big mistake. You see, humans respond better […]
Hey guys, today we’re going to talk about production music. Specifically we’ll look at what it is, how realistic it is you as a producer can make money from it, and how the business model works. We’ll also look at whether you can only put pre-recorded compositions into these catalogs, or if companies require original […]
If you want to distribute your music online, there are three places people generally go to do this. In no particular order: Songcast, TuneCore, and CD Baby. While there are other online music distributors, these are three of the main ones. But which one is cheapest? This is what we aim to find out today. […]